Category Archive: New Technology

Oct 04

8 Essential Developer Apps for Multiple Platforms

Note from Jimmy Hua: This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can access by going to 8 Essential Developer Apps for Multiple Platforms   The Cross-Platform Apps Series is supported by VMware Workstation, the most reliable, secure way to run multiple …

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Jan 23

HOW TO: Start Developing for iOS, Android or Windows Phone 7

Note from Jimmy Hua: It is always difficult to try to start working on a new technology and figuring out how to do things. When I started doing iPhone development a few years ago when I was still working at Intuit, I had the hardest time getting into the gist of things and figuring things out. …

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Jan 16

7 A/B Testing Resources for Startups and Solo Developers

Note from Jimmy Hua:A/B Testing is extremely important to gather date from your users. Knowing if they like or dislike things. Or even how affective a change is. I highly recommend looking into this. This post is shared through my Google Reader from another source. All credit of the post belongs to them which you can …

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Nov 23

Feelings by Phone

Note from Jimmy Hua: This is interesting on different levels. I love the idea of using the phone to gather information about feelings. It is a great way to gather data from a large group and would provide larges amount of data points. I can think of many different applications that I would want to develop for …

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